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Irene Josey

Treasurer and Public Trustee

If you’re a property owner in Larimer County, watch your mail for the delivery of your 2022, payable in 2023 property tax statement or property tax postcard.

Larimer County Treasurer & Public Trustee Irene Josey said the tax statements were mailed on Jan. 26, 2023.

As you review your property tax bill, know that while you pay your taxes to the Treasurer’s Office, the Treasurer is tasked with distributing the funds to the various taxing authorities associated with your property. Where you live in the county determines which taxing authorities serve you. 

Visit the Treasurer’s website ( to:

  • Pay your taxes online (e-Checks are free, convenient, and secure; credit/debit cards for a fee). You have the option to pay your taxes in one full installment by May 1, or in two equal installments with the first half due by February 28, and the second half due by June 15.
  • Obtain property tax history and receipts for payments.
  • View and print your current year tax statement.

Payments can be mailed to Larimer County Treasurer & Public Trustee, P.O. Box 2336, Fort Collins, CO 80522. If you prefer to pay in person, you can use our 24-hour secure drop box located on the southwest corner of the Larimer County Courthouse offices at 200 West Oak St. Fort Collins, CO 80521, or in our office located on the second floor between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. To ensure proper credit, please reference your schedule number on your check.

160,898 tax statements have been mailed, including 155,931 real property, 2,927 personal property, 1,639 mobile homes, and 138 state-assessed tax statements. In addition, over 3,600 tax statement notice reminders will be sent to individuals via email who have signed up for electronic notices. Josey said payment of these taxes will produce over $704.9 million for taxing authorities throughout Larimer County, about $24 million more from the 2021 payable in 2022 collection process.

Nearly 89,451 of the notices are traditional full-page statements including payment coupons. Those remaining are postcards, reducing paper and costs for all taxpayers. Postcards are sent to property owners whose taxes have previously been paid through an escrow account by the mortgage company or properties that are tax-exempt. If you’d like to review your statement before receiving it in the mail, you may do so here:

Does your mailing address need to be updated? One reason you may not receive your property tax statement could be that your mailing address is inaccurate in our records. To change your mailing address please visit our website.

Taxpayers who have business personal property taxes and would like to set up a payment plan are asked to call (970) 498-7029.

If you have not received your tax statement by January 31 or if you have any other questions or concerns, please call our office at (970) 498-7020, email us at, or use our chat feature through our website at  

Published on: 
Friday, January 27, 2023 - 2:08pm
Contact Details:

Irene Josey, Larimer County Treasurer & Public Trustee (970) 498-7020

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